Saturday, February 22, 2014

LSU Southern Live Oak

It's Sepia Saturday!  Ruckus the Eskie established this blog hop to entertain our readers with the beauty of sepia photography.  I love to discover the creative ways bloggers transform their favorite photos.  Have a wonderful day and enjoy hopping.



























This is one of over 1,200 gorgeous Southern Live Oak trees on the campus of LSU in Baton Rouge. 
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14 comments :

  1. Beautiful, but on the other hand, it could be super scary looking!

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    1. Thanks! I can imagine that they would make creepy night shadows.

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  2. That is a tree climber's dream!! What a majestic looking tree, love this photo!

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    1. Wouldn't you love to climb up there and relax? I love climbing trees but we don't have any with low limbs. : ( Have a great Saturday!

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  3. Wow! That is a beautiful tree!!! I've never seen one quite like that! And good on ya for making it sepia for today! Really brings out the beauty in the photo!
    Have a great weekend Melissa!

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    1. Thanks Jenna! I love your post for today <3

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  4. Beautiful! We have a lot of those trees down here too. There was a very old one near my childhood home that was struck by lightning and burned several years ago. Very sad!

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  5. Hi Y'all,

    Love the live oaks. The streets of our town are lined with live oaks. Love them even more in winter when everything else has lost its leaves and the oaks are green and the camellias blooming. The ice storm last week did a lot of damage to the oaks and the blooms.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  6. Gorgeous! Where we are now there's not too many big live oaks; too close to the ocean. But before we moved, there were hundreds of them! They're mom's favorite tree.
    Nola

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  7. So beautiful!! We miss the live oaks in Texas...and bet the live oaks in LA are beautiful!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Bilbo & Arty

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  8. Beautiful!!!! I miss those big old trees - the aspens are gorgeous in the fall, but the oak trees has so much personality....

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  9. Stunning tree, i thought these were so cool when i did my gator hunt a couple years back.

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  10. What an amazing tree! I don't know if we have them in New Zealand. I imagine you'd need a very big garden. Wonderful photo.

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